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Mission 752F blown driver

Where can I get a replacement for the blown driver (woofer)??
I got a quote form one source and it was very expensive, around $200.
Part number LF-AE625.

Thank you,
Roman.

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  • romsan Nov 28, 2008

    Thank you,

    The price I got was from Canadian retailer which is servicing Mission speakers. I just think that the price is a bit too much for just one driver.



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Go to Mission directly; one of my speaker cable terminals was broken by accident on my 733i floorstanders and they sent out a replacement within a week. Excellent service. They have a contact email and will get back to you pretty quickly with an answer.

Try Ebay second!

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I would try ebay first. If not follow this link to see if they can help you out. Mission ltd is located in the uk. http://www.mission.co.uk/

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  • Frank Russo Nov 28, 2008

    I would try ebay first. If not follow this link to see if they can help you out. Mission ltd is located in the uk. http://www.mission.co.uk/v

  • Frank Russo Nov 28, 2008

    Disreguard the link ending in v I made a mistake.

    Thamks

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